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  • Premier Icon njee20
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    Village primary school

    JackHammer
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    Scouts meeting hall or whatever it’s called…? A lodge maybe?

    willard
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    Multi-purpose studio in a parish council building

    Klunk
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    community center according to google maps
    5 min (0.2 mile) walk
    so no excuses

    Premier Icon mesh
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    Model boat club – usually some quite interesting stuff around to look at if it’s busy.

    Premier Icon Simwit
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    Church hall

    Premier Icon eddiebaby
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    In my village it is the delightful village hall next to the wonderful pub I’m sitting in at the moment.
    Sadly I’m registered to vote in Weymouth, so it was a postbox.
    Anyway drizzle is easing so I’m off for a ride.

    Premier Icon woody2000
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    Local school, approx 100 metres away. Took me all of about a minute to get there this morning 🙂

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    Sports hall I can see it from my bedroom.

    Premier Icon deadkenny
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    Church. Felt like going dressed as The Kurgan

    [video]https://youtu.be/ve6gGiI7Jqs[/video]

    Premier Icon mattbee
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    Church hall, 500m away from front door of my house.

    Premier Icon nickc
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    primary school at the other end of a steepish hill…

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    It’s some sort of small community centre or other, I don’t actually know what it’s day job is.

    https://goo.gl/maps/PeQFQ1XrTtv

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    Premier Icon Drac
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    The one behind my house is a sports hall but due to new houses being built it’s too small. So I have to go to the sports centre down the road towards the new houses. Guess where the people who live in the new estates go?

    ElShalimo
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    The local primary school, just 200m away but I do postal voting ‘cos I’m not going to mix with the great unwashed*

    * Or it might be because I’m lazy and with postal voting you can do it in advance and not worry where you are on the polling day

    prawny
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    Community centre at the end of the cul de sac. Going to pop in on the wat home from work in my lycra, that’ll make sure the officers have earned their £200 or whatever it is.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    I dunno what you’d call it, not a village hall in the traditional sense, but it’s the sort of place where they have toddler nurseries during the day and yoga classes in the evening. Between Tescos Express and the pub.

    fifeandy
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    It’s some sort of small community centre or other, I don’t actually know what it’s day job is.

    This (which is a bit sad given I drive past it twice a day)

    ferrals
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    community centre – the only time I ever go in it

    Premier Icon The Pinkster
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    I think mine moved from the village hall to the Church Hall for the last election so I’m guessing it’ll still be there when I go & vote later.

    Only about 500mtrs between them anyway so not too far to walk if I go to the wrong one.

    Premier Icon spawnofyorkshire
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    Bowling club 25m meters from my house. It’s such a trek to get there 😆

    IHN
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    It’s a primary school that’s closed for the day where people go to vote, but that’s not important right now.

    Premier Icon SaxonRider
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    Local arts centre about 500 metres from my house. But I voted by post, so I don’t need to visit.

    Premier Icon cinnamon_girl
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    I’ve voted in a pub before, in Dorsetshire!

    km79
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    Bowling club, about a 3min walk away. I drove there.

    Premier Icon aracer
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    Village hall, right next door to school where I dropped kids off this morning.

    Premier Icon cinnamon_girl
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    PS Love the pics of dogs and a horse at polling stations. 😀

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    Local Methodist church.

    No idea if they have giant pencils or not:


    (via ThePoke)

    freeagent
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    Village hall – opposite the pub.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Not my dog as I’d have to tie him up near the Tory canvasser standing in the rain trying to get final votes.

    Church Hall. The happy clappy modern style, not the style used to train the home guard in dads army.

    Bowling club, about a 3min walk away. I drove there.

    Green Party voter?

    Premier Icon jeffl
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    Methodist church, next to the park and a minutes walk from my house. Remember when I first voted when I was still registered at my parent’s house, the polling station was in my infant school. Felt really odd to be walking around there as an adult, seemed so much smaller, obviously.

    Premier Icon Harry_the_Spider
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    Village Hall, where I like to spend Tuesday evening having the shit kicked out of me at Karate.

    Premier Icon breadcrumb
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    Mines in the nearest village hall, about 1 mile from my house.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    Someone’s conservatory.

    It used to be a different conservatory, again just round the corner but there’s been some jerrymandering recently.
    😐

    Premier Icon midlifecrashes
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    Nursery section of primary school. Main school open for day, nursery closed.

    craigxxl
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    A Working Mans club. Always fun to as there is a short but steep flight of steps to get up and the wheelchair and disabled access is round the back in the rubble car park and often blocked by cars. I usually spend more time helping people up and down the stairs than casting my vote. Really wound me when Shahid Malik refused to help a wheelchair user as it was against the rules, didn’t stop the other candidate there from helping.

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